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compiler ingnoring changes to axctrls.pas

Posted on 2004-04-01
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I am using delphi 5.  I have made a change to axctrls.pas to fix a known bug.  My problem is that the changes do not get compiled.

The compiler seems to be ignoring this file.  If I type some random characters in the source file, such as "alsdjgasdgasgd", there are no compiler errors generated.

I have deleted axctrls.dcu, to see if that would force it to recompile, but it does not.

I have also tried adding axctrls.pas to my project.  and it still does not compile.  

Oddly, the application compiles, even with axctrls.dcu missing.

How do I get axctrls.pas to re-compile?
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shaneholmes earned 25 total points
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Did you try a rebuild?

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by:wolsen
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Thanks shane,

Yes, I tried a rebuild.

I closed delphi, reopened delphi, and then tried again.  it worked.  

So, this is no longer an issue.
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